Two types, same fabric: imitation of LRA 1 (similis) and globular amphora Antonova 9. Finds from the Black Sea and the Aegean

Constantin Băjenaru

The globular amphora type Antonova 9 is well-known in the Western and Northern Black Sea Early Byzantine archaeological contexts (mostly in the second half of the 6th and early 7th century). Some amphora findings in whitish fabric, imitating the canonical form LRA1 in Dobroudja (Axiopolis, hinterland of Tomis) and Eastern Mediterranean (Paphos) display identical clay texture with Antonova 9 type, thus allowing the identification of a production center specialized in the manufacture of these two containers.

Jelena Bolonkina, Nikolai Jefremow, Andrey Kolesnikov

Rare and new amphora stamps from the area of ​​the Bosporan Empire

Livia Buzoianu, Irina Sodoleanu, Nicolae Alexandru

New Amphorae and Amphora Stamps from Albești (Constanța Region)

Dominique Kassab Tezgör, Nino Inaishvili

A Late Colchian Vessel and a long-lasting pattern

Chavdar Tzochev, Constantina Kallintzi, Eurydice Kefalidou, Mercourios Georgiadis

The amphoras of ancient Abdera: new data for local production from the APAX survey